Har Ki Doon Valley is a cradle shaped hanging valley in the Garhwal Himalayas. It is surrounded by snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation. It is connected to Baspa Valley by the Borasu Pass This valley is at an altitude of approx 3500m above mean sea level and is snow-covered during October to March. The valley is around 25 km from Taluka. The actual trek to the valley starts from Taluka village and passes through Gangaad, Osala, and Seema. It is a 2-day trek usually done in two stages. First stage is from Taluka to Seema/Osla, and second stage is from Seema/Osla to Har Ki Dun. Return route is the same.



Total Trekking

44 Kms.


Easy To Moderate


12,000 Ft.


7 Days/6 Nights

Minimum Age

8 Years


Winter (Dec/Feb): 2°, -2° and -5°/-10° deg C
Summer (May/June) Day: 25/30°C Night : 10°C to 5°C
Autumn (Oct/Nov) to Spring (Mar/Apr) More pleasent

Best Season

  • Summer :— March first week to June End
  • Winter –  Nov to December.



Day 1 : Dehradun to Sankri (via Mussoorie) (220 km, 8-9 Hours by Road)

  • 220 Km Drive to Sankri through the Mussoorie.
  • Visit the Kempty Falls, 15 km from Mussoorie.
  • Continue the drive towards Purola, which is located at a height of 1,524 mtr. Situated in the thick of rich forest area and wildlife, especially the endangered snow leopard, it is also known as the ‘Gate to Har Ki Dun’.
  • Overnight stay at rest house/tent.

Day 2 : Trek from Sankri to Pauni Garaat via Taluka (7,000 ft)

  • Sankari has awesome and spectacular views of the forest land and the valley
  • Start the Trek to Pauni Garaat along with the Rupin River.
  • Reach Pauni Garaat, a small village that sits at 7,000 ft, boasting of intoxicating wild roses, lush deodars and rich flora.
  • Overnight stay will be in rest house/tents, there is also provision of sacks

Day 3 : Trek from Pauni Garaat to Kalkattiyadhaar (2,560 mtr)

  • The Path from Pauni Garaat to Kalkattiyadhaar is great, with interesting downturns and climbs, finally straightening out on the left side of the valley, merging into some beautiful forest area. Enjoy poetic chestnut, willow and walnut trees, all the way up to Gangar Village.
  • Proceed towards the Kalkattiyadhaar campsite
  • Overnight stay in rest house/tents.

Day 4 : Trek from Kalkattiyadhar to Har Ki Dun and back to Kalkattiyadhar (11.768 ft)

  • From Kalkattiyadhar, proceed to the valley, crossing a hanging bridge over Rupin River. Later, ascend through pictorial fields, lush coniferous plants and beautiful meadows till you reach Har ki Doon
  • A ridge that will give a vantage point to view Har ki Dun, you have to cross picturesque streams, meadows and serene valleys to reach the basecamp in Har Ki Dun. While advancing towards the campsite, one can expect an initial gradual climb with steep stretches in between
  • overnight stay in the camp beside the stream.

Day 5 : Trek from Kalkattiyadhar to Pauni Garaat Via Osla Village

  • 4 to 5 hours trek back to Kalkattiyadhar via Osla Village, the village where Duryodhana from the Mahabharatha was revered and worshipped.
  • Camping and overnight stay at Kalkattiyadhar.

Day 6 : Trek from Pauni Garaat to Sankri Via Taluka

  • Start trekking back the Sankri settlement. Enjoy the stunning views and the untouched beauty of the nature on your course and arrive in Sankri
  • Overnight stay will be in a local hotel.

Day 7 : Drive from Sankri to Dehradun (215 Km, 7-8 Hours by Road)

  • The astounding trekking in Har Ki Dun comes to and end at day 7.
  • After Breakfast drive back to Dehradun
  • Explore Dehradun at your own.

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Reviews for Har Ki Dun

Har Ki Dun Overall rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 13 reviews.


4 5 1
“I enjoyed my trekking trip it was a thorough adventurous experience and all fun from the first day to the last. I never thought solo trekking would be so much fun. Har Ki Doon is one of the most beautiful treks of Uttarakhand. Thanks, Team Uttarakhnad trip trek.


5 5 1
“Har Ki Doon offers breathtaking views and the climate is so refreshing. The water flowing through the streams is a lot better than our purified bottled water. I have realized that nature is where we actually belong to. Har Ki Doon is one of the best trekking destinations in India. Thank you so much Uttarakhand trip trek for this adventurous trek.

Har ki Dun with UTT

4 5 1
“Har ki dun peak is one of the most beautiful valleys in the western Himalayas.Beautiful landscapes, amazing scenery…what else you can expect ! I did this trek last year along with my friends and we had such a fun time. the trek not that difficult – it just demands a steady stamina. Our trek guide were such awesome people and too supportive.Thank you Uttarakhand Trip Trek team.

Har ki dun trek

4 5 1
“It was my first Himalayan trek and I must say I left a piece of my heart there and yearning to go back. It's a easy to moderate level trek for 8 days. I went through Uttarakhand trip trek (UTT) and they took care of all the facilities like food, tents etc very well. The trail, villages, locals that you meet on the way were all so beautiful. I went in mid April and it was raining frequently. It even snowed for 2 days during the trek. thnks UTT

har ki dun

4 5 1
“This was my heard earned vacation time and I have to admit one of the best vacations. Thanks to all the travel blogs I finally got the motivation to travel alone and damn it was fun! You get to meet so many new people and trust me guys the freedom that you'll have in travelling solo is just inexplicable. I'm glad I picked Har ki Dun...such an amazing place. Great experience.

 Rs 10,800  
Rs 7,000 per person
Sankri to Sankri
5% GST will be applicable on the fee.
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Departure Dates

  07-Sep-2019 — 13-Sep-2019
  14-Sep-2019 — 20-Sep-2019
  21-Sep-2019 — 27-Sep-2019
  22-Sep-2019 — 28-Sep-2019
  28-Sep-2019 — 04-Oct-2019
  29-Sep-2019 — 05-Oct-2019
Day 1:- Dehradun to Sankri
Day 2:- Sankri to Pauni Garaat via Taluka
Day 3:- Pauni Garaat to Kalkattiyadhaar
Day 4:- Kalkattiyadhar to Har Ki Doon & back to Kalkattiyadhar
Day 5:- Kalkattiyadhar to Pauni Garaat via Osla
Day 6:- Pauni Garaat to Sankri via Taluka
Day 7:- Sankri to Dehradun

Reporting Information

6.30 am To 7.30 am from Dehradun Railway Station in a Tata Sumo or Tempo Treveller
You’ll reach Dehradun between 5 pm to 6 pm. You can book your travel any time after 8 pm.


Winter (Dec/Feb)
In Dec the daytime temp remains cool and nights are cold. Night temp at Sankri, Seema and Har Ki Dun can be around 2°, -2° and -5°/-10° deg C.
Summer (May/June)
Day time weather remains warm, specially if it is sunny and scorching and can go as high as 25/30°C. Night/early morning temp at Har Ki Dun can be around 10°C to 5°C.
Autumn (Oct/Nov) or Spring (Mar/Apr)
From October temperature starts cooling down. At Har Ki Dun temperature can plummet to freezing in the night/early morning. Be prepared for 0°C. Expect similar temperatures if you trek during spring.

Trek Notes

People with below conditions are not allowed:
  • People suffering from Bronchitis, Asthma, TB, Epilepsy(got faints)
  • High blood pressure or higher BMI.
Chilren should meet below requirements
  • Below 8 years are not allowed
Please note: If you had any medical history, please let us know.

Trek Inclusions/Exclusions


Transport to and from the base camp
The above trek cost includes transport to and from base camp.
Safety equipment
First aid, medical kit, oxygen cylinders, stretchers, Walkie-Talkie etc. will be available at campsite.
Stay is included from Day 1 to Last Day. Tents/Homestays/lodges will be provided. Tripple sharing Accommodation and separate accommodation for girls/ladies will be provided
All meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast at Last day are included. Veg food will be provided during the trek.
Permits/ Forest fees
UTT will arrange trekking permits and forest passes.
Experienced Trek Leader & Team
Qualified trek leaders having degree in basic / advanced mountaineering courses certificates/ degrees will assist trek.
Other staff member includes qualified cooks, helpers and porters.


Food during transit to and from the base camp
Food would not be provided during transit and trekkers have to bear the cost at their own.
Mule and Porter charges
Generally we expect trekkers to carry their bag-pack and luggage themselves. For those who wish to use Mule/Porter need to pay Rs 350 per day for same.
Personal Expense
Personal Expense of any kind. The trek cost does not include stay at any location on last day
*Anything apart from inclusions

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